Greek Sculpture's Transition from Severe Style to Classical
448-432 B.C.) at the beginning of the style that would mark the mature period of Classical Greece. In this era, the artist seemed intent on balancing the realities of structure with the needs of ideal beauty. Phidias did this with his statues within the Parthenon. In southern Greece, Polyclitus produced the free-standing Doryphoros (c. 450-440 B.C.) in bronze. This scu

 
 
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